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Trinidad & Tobago - cricket 2005
Ehsan Mani (center), president of the ICC (International Cricket Council); Teddy Griffith (left), president of the West Indies Cricket Board, and Ken Gordon, a retired media manager from Trinidad, talking during the formal launching of the ICC Cricket World Cup West Indies 2007 held at QueenÕs Hall in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. (AP Picture)
Saturday 09, April-2005 by Fazeer Mohammed
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Brian Lara made a storybook return to the West Indies team yesterday, holding the home team’s innings together witha majestic unbeaten 159 that lifted his side to 281 for six at the end of the opening day of the Digicel second Test against South Africa.
Turning down an offer to play in the drawn first Test while three other players were ruled ineligible because of a sponsorship dispute, the former captain belied nine weeks without competitive cricket and saved the Caribbean team from complete collapse on a Queen’s Park Oval pitch noted for increasingly variable bounce. < Read more >
Bajans fight back - Sunday 16, January-2005
- Tuesday 18, January-2005 by HAYDN GILL
There is nothing wrong with losing, but when you lose in the manner in which they did, it touches deep down.
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